For The Long Run

For The Long Run

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Exploring the why behind what keeps runners running long, strong, and motivated. The cover photo is my Why: finishing my first 50k, which was a last minute change of plans due to TNF50 cancellation, supported and surrounded by some of the best humans in the trail running world. Logo designed by Vanessa Wolfe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support


94: Peter Bromka: Running it Back
Aug 4 • 75 min
Peter Bromka comes back for round two! Peter’s a runner, writer, dad and husband from Portland, Oregon. In this episode, we talked about: -his return to the podcast -why he’s the most referenced man on FTLR -running in 2020 and not being motivated to do a…
93. Lex Gillette: “Challenges help us grow and ascend” πŸš€
Aug 1 • 36 min
Lex Gillette is an athlete, a Paralympian, world record holder, speaker and person who loves life at the end of the day. In this episode we discussed: -being a Paralympian and losing his eyesight at a young age -how he’s handling 2020 and the uncertainty…
92. Alexi Pappas: Be a Bravey
Jul 28 • 55 min
Alexi Pappas is a runner, film maker, writer, actress and Olympian for Greece. In this episode we talked about: -what she means when she says Bravey -her upcoming memoir and what will be in it -writing poetry -her social media presence -role models -how…
91. Jacky Hunt-Broersma: The limit does not exist
Jul 24 • 38 min
Jacky Hunt-Broersma is an amputee, cancer survivor and Ultrarunner who has been running for the last four years, living in Cary, North Carolina, though she’s originally from South Africa. In this conversation we talked about: -trail running as an amputee…
90. Laura Cortez: Grace and Space
Jul 21 • 37 min
This conversation is with Laura Cortez, a dog mom, intersectional environmentalist and runner living in Denver, Colorado. In this episode, we talked about: -Progression to running (and winning!) 50k’s -Her take on and appreciation for rest days -Her start…
89. Allison Cleaver: “Stay patient”
Jul 16 • 47 min
This episode is with Allison Cleaver. Allison is an elite runner and nurse living in Austin, Tx. In this episode we talked about: -working as a nurse and beginning right before the pandemic -why she got into nursing -processing her day with respect to…
88. Heather Caplan: RD Real Talk x FTLR πŸŽ™οΈ
Jul 13 • 55 min
This episode is with Heather Caplan, a mom of two, a dietitian, runner and human who is interested in having good conversations with other humans. In this episode we talked about: -getting into distance running -2020 and 2021 goals in running -the…
87. Wilfredo Benitez: “Doing my best to help others be their best”
Jul 10 • 44 min
This episode is with Wilfredo Benitez, of Portland, OR. Will is a self described passionate guy trying to do his best at helping others do their best. Will works with some of the top trail and ultra athletes in the country. In this episode, we talked…
86. Alan Scherer: “You are always enough”
Jul 7 • 45 min
This episode is with Alan Scherer. Alan lives with bipolar disorder and is a recovering alcoholic who loves to run. I met Alan in 2013 with November Project Boston in the early days, and I’ve always been inspired by his passion for the community and…
85. Kamilah Journet: Most things worth fighting for are uncomfortable
Jul 3 • 60 min
This episode is with Kamilah Journet. Kamilah is an observer, runner and marketer in the outdoor industry. In this episode we talked about: -diversity in the running world -setting boundaries with WFH life -Black Lives Matter and learning about Kamilah’s…
84. Coree Woltering: Be the Light β˜€οΈπŸŒˆ
Jun 30 • 57 min
This episode is with Coree Woltering, a professional trail runner who likes to run really far. In this episode, we talked about: -his 1200 mile Ice Age Trail FKT -starting the FKT right around the time of the George Floyd protests -deciding to continue…
83. Adam Merry: from 13.1 to 50k and beyond! πŸ“ˆ
Jun 26 • 52 min
This episode is with Adam Merry, an elite trail runner from Monterey, California. In this episode, we talked about: -Adam’s entry into running which included his first half marathon and first 50k in rapid succession -getting further into trail running…
82. Kelsey Bruce: Let’s taco bout tacos (and running)
Jun 22 • 37 min
This episode is with Kelsey Bruce, an assistant coach at Dallas Baptist University and elite marathoner. In this episode we talked about: -her first run, a mile down the road as a three year old -Let’s Run opportunity at the CC World Champs -run coaching…
81. Erin Fredrickson: “It’s fun because it’s hard”
Jun 18 • 54 min
This episode is with Erin Fredrickson. Erin’s a DO, MPH, and Raleigh Distance Project alumni (and co-founder), now living in Seattle, WA. In this episode, we talked about: -identity as a runner and more -getting into healthcare in the time of coronavirus…
80. Ellie Pell: Dedication + Time + Health = Progress
Jun 15 • 40 min
This episode is with Ellie Pell, a runner and cafe manager in Ithaca, NY. This episode was recorded at the end of March 2020. In this episode we talked about: -a balanced approach to training leading to progress -having fun in training -qualifying for and…
79. Mary Johnson: “You don’t have to work out, you choose to”
Jun 12 • 65 min
This episode is with Mary Johnson. Mary is a running coach, business owner, athlete, mom, insane. Her words. In this episode, we talked about: -Running for the joy of it -Lift Run Perform -a breaking three project with athletes she coached -big scary…
78. Emma Spencer: Growth through challenges and competition
Jun 2 • 51 min
This episode is with Emma Spencer, a runner and software engineer who lives in Durham, North Carolina. This episode was recorded on May 29th, the fourth day of protesting in Minneapolis after George Floyd’s violent murder. Normally “just” a running…
77. Rochelle Basil: The silos will be chockablock!
May 29 • 57 min
This episode is with Rochelle Basil, a runner, coach and wife living in Boulder, Colorado, though she’s originally from New Zealand! In this episode we talked about: -pivots in life -starting running again after a post collegiate break -goal of breaking…
76. Scott Fauble: Remember to have FUN
May 22 • 58 min
This episode is with Scott Fauble, a professional runner in Flagstaff Arizona who trains with Hoka One One Northern Arizona Elite. In this episode, we talked about: -how he and the team is handling training in 2020 -virtual racing/time trialing -a sense…
75. Becki Spellman: “We get to do this”
May 19 • 48 min
This episode is with Becki Spellman, an elite runner, mom, wife and coach. In this episode we talked about: -running with gratitude -competing in four Olympic Marathon Trials -what Atlanta 2020 was like -resiliency over the years -experiences learned…
74. Vanessa Fraser: Trust The Process
May 15 • 49 min
This episode is with Vanessa Fraser, a professional runner for Bowerman Track Club in Portland, Oregon. In this episode, we talked about: -trusting the process -training with Shalane and the Bowerman Track Club -breaking 15 minutes n the 5k -achieving big…
73. Hillary Allen: Science, exploring the world and bugs πŸ›
May 8 • 50 min
This episode is with Hillary Allen, a self described super curious science nerd constantly looking for bugs and asking the question Why? She’s also a professional trail and ultra runner for The North Face, a coach and podcaster herself. In this episode,…
72. Lindsay Crouse: Running and Writing with Bravery
May 5 • 52 min
This episode is with Lindsay Crouse. Lindsay is a senior editor and reporter at the New York Times, and also a marathon runner. In this episode we talked about: -some of the big stories she’s shared over the years -Alysia Montaño and Allyson Felix’s…
71. Rebecca Mehra: Kindness For The Win
May 1 • 41 min
This episode is with Rebecca Mehra. Rebecca is a professional track and field athlete on Little Wing Athletics, public policy nerd who works for the mayor of Bend, Oregon. In this episode we talked about: -women supporting women -being supported by…
70. Latoya Shauntay Snell: Consistently reevaluating Why
Apr 28 • 46 min
This episode is with Latoya Shauntay Snell, a runner, mom, wife, chef, writer and all around athlete living in Brooklyn, New York. In this episode, we talked about: -consistency vs being motivated -re-evaluating failure as a way to be successful -going…
69. David Roche: YOU ARE SO LOVED
Apr 24 • 61 min
This episode is with David Roche! David’s my coach, and the first guest to come on the podcast for a third time! In this episode we talked about: -current state of affairs, mentally and globally -my injury recovery -his approach to coaching at this time…
68. Kaci Lickteig: Exploring the Unknown
Apr 20 • 33 min
This episode’s guest is Kaci Lickteig! Kaci is a professional trail runner and physical therapist who lives in Nebraska. In this episode, we talked about: -Evolution of distance running -Her love of the community -Finding out what she’s made of in ultras…
67. Teal Burrell: From 4:07 to 2:39… and beyond!
Apr 17 • 38 min
This episode is with Teal Burrell, a mom, science writer with a PhD in neuroscience, and marathoner who has gone from 4:07 to 2:39. In this episode, we talked about: -big scary goals -hitting goals, and then dreaming bigger -the process of getting better…
66. Sabrina Little: Exploring the Why… with a PhD Philosopher
Apr 14 • 44 min
This episode is with Sabrina Little! Sabrina is a wife, a soon to be mother, philosopher, and a professional runner. In this episode, we dug into the exploration of Why. Not just Sabrina’s Why, but the process in general. We also talked about: -doing the…
65. Danielle Snyder: Being Brave is Being Authentic
Apr 10 • 68 min
This episode’s guest is Danielle Snyder. Danielle is a licensed clinical social worker, wellness coach, running coach, an ultra runner, living in Portland, Oregon. In this episode, we talked about: -how Danielle knew (or didn’t know!) she wanted to go…
64. Ben Bruce: Running with the Bruces
Apr 7 • 33 min
This episode’s guest is Ben Bruce. Ben is a coach, professional runner, father, husband, and much more. We recorded this episode back in Flagstaff in October, so it’s free of any coronavirus talk! In this episode, we did talk about: -balance -HOKA NAZ…
63. Ladia Albertson-Junkans: Running on Hope
Apr 2 • 52 min
This episode’s guest is Ladia Albertson-Junkans. Ladia works in health research, and is known for her incredible energy and positivity on the roads and trails. This episode started off stronger than most, and we dove right into it. Ladia is a good friend…
62. Nick Klastava: Finding the joy again
Mar 30 • 32 min
This episode’s guest is Nick Klastava! Nick is a dad, husband, coach, and runner who lives in Baltimore, MD. In this episode, we talked about: -running as a social activity -taking a long break from running and getting back as an adult -getting back to…
61. Jacob Puzey: Running, coaching, and home-schooling
Mar 27 • 50 min
This week’s guest is Jacob Puzey. Jacob is an elite trail and ultra runner who lives in Alberta, Canada. Jacob is a coach, a dad to six, race director, and more. In this week’s episode we talked about: -the many hats he wears -living and running in…
60. Aliphine Tuliamuk: Running on Gratitude
Mar 24 • 45 min
This week’s guest is Aliphine Tuliamuk. Aliphine is a professional runner on HOKA ONE ONE’s Northern Arizona Elite, based in Flagstaff, Arizona. In this episode (which was recorded before the announcement was made about postponing the Olympics), we talked…
59. Shalane Flanagan: Run Fast, Eat Slow
Mar 20 • 53 min
This week’s guest is Shalane Flanagan. Shalane is an Olympic Medalist and American Record holder, who is now a coach for the Bowerman Track Club in Portland, Oregon. In this episode, we talked about: -graduating from a pro runner to a pro coach -running…
58. Jen A Miller: “Running: A Love Story”
Mar 16 • 50 min
This week’s episode is with Jen A Miller. Jen is a runner and freelance writer who lives in New Jersey. Please note: The first few minutes of audio aren’t great, but it gets better after that! In this episode, we talked about: -getting started as a writer…
57. Camelia Mayfield: Running Happy on the Roads, Trails and Trials
Mar 13 • 34 min
This week’s episode is with Camelia Mayfield. Camelia is a trail and ultra runner who lives in Bend, Oregon. In this episode, which we recorded the day before the Olympic Marathon Trials, we talked about: -going from the trails to the road -how she got…
56. YiOu Wang: From the Trails to the Trials
Mar 6 • 49 min
This week’s episode is with YiOu Wang. YiOu is a trail and ultra runner who lives and trains in Northern California. In this episode ahead of the Olympic Trials, we discussed: -qualifying for the Trials due to a last minute race change -training for the…
55. Erin Strout: Writing, Running, and the Olympic Marathon Trials
Feb 27 • 57 min
This week’s special episode is with Erin Strout! Erin is a writer for Women’s Running, and lives in Flagstaff, Arizona. In this episode, we talked about: -behind the scenes of being a journalist -how Erin got into the profession -which of her stories are…
54. Kaitlin Gregg Goodman: Training Joyfully 😊
Feb 21 • 56 min
This week’s guest is Kaitlin Gregg Goodman. Kaitlin is a professional runner who lives in Providence, RI and trains with the BAA High Performance team. In this episode, we talked about: -Training Joyfully, and what that means to her -her development as an…
53. Allie and Michaela Hackett: Twins on the Run
Feb 14 • 41 min
This week’s podcast is with Allie and Michaela Hackett, a pair of twins living in Boston and running for the Boston Athletic Association. In this episode, we talked about: -running in the Olympic Trials -what to expect -living together and the vibe when…
52. Lou Serafini: Helping Others Find Joy In Running
Feb 7 • 45 min
This week’s episode is with Lou Serafini, an elite runner in Boston. In addition to running at a high level, Lou is the Community Manager at Tracksmith. In this episode we talked about: -balancing work and training -his second Olympic Trials coming up…
51. Julia Hanlon: Running On Om
Jan 31 • 49 min
This week’s episode is with Julia Hanlon. Julia is a runner, yogi, and podcaster herself! In this week’s episode we talked about: -podcasting, and getting back into it after a break -where she finds her inspiration and motivation -her travels all across…
50. Amanda Nurse: Amanda Runs Boston (and beyond!)
Jan 24 • 46 min
This week’s episode is with Amanda Nurse! Amanda is a professional runner who lives in Boston. In this episode, we talked about: -her progression as a runner -wearing many hats as a mom/wife/coach/sponsored runner and more -pregnancy, and coming back…
49. Jesse Thomas: Work, Play, Love… podcast!
Jan 17 • 32 min
This week’s guest is Jesse Thomas. Jesse is the CEO and co-founder of PickyBars, a professional triathlete, husband, father, and so much more. In this week’s episode, we talked about: -balance with Work, Play, and Love, which is the name of the podcast he…
48. Dana Giordano: Do Your Job… and Run Ugly.
Jan 10 • 58 min
This week’s episode is with Dana Giordano. Dana is a professional runner living in Boston, MA. Dana made the leap into full time/pro running last winter as a mid distance runner, and we talked about her progression from working full time into training…
47. Amelia Boone: Training and racing with an ever evolving Why
Jan 3 • 52 min
This week’s podcast is with Amelia Boone, an attorney and obstacle course racer and ultra runner from the Bay Area. In this episode, we talked about: -exploring limits and boundaries -mental health -her journey and experience with an eating disorder over…
46. Cody Reed: The Importance of Living YOUR Life
Dec 27, 2019 • 31 min
This week’s guest is Cody Reed. Cody is a trail and ultra runner living in Flagstaff, Arizona. As you’ll hear him share right off the bat, he really likes running long distances. In this episode Cody talked about: -why he likes running long -the mental…
45. Grayson Murphy: Follow Your Arrow Wherever It Points
Dec 20, 2019 • 49 min
This week’s guest is Grayson Murphy. Grayson is a road and trail runner living in Salt Lake City, Utah. In this episode, we talked about: -not labeling herself as *just* a road or trail runner -HAPPINESS and what it means for her -taking risks and…
44. Patrick Reagan: Running long and feeling strong
Dec 13, 2019 • 38 min
This week’s podcast is with Patrick Reagan. Patrick is an ultra runner who lives in Savannah Georgia. We recorded this episode in the days prior to his third hundred miler of the year, which he ended up winning. In this episode, we talked about: -his love…
43. Abby Levene: Aligning your Job (and Life) with your Passion
Dec 7, 2019 • 54 min
This week’s episode is with Abby Levene. Abby is a trail runner living in Boulder, Colorado. In this episode we talked about: -Abby’s dive into trail running -her first 50k -her injury earlier in 2019 and coming back healthy later in the year -her love…
42. Keely Henninger: Taking Care of Your Body and Loving the Process
Nov 29, 2019 • 23 min
This week’s podcast is with Keely Henninger. Keely is a trail runner living in Portland, Oregon who runs for Nike Trail and works as a biomechanics researcher. This was a shorter episode, as our coach David and his wife Megan (and their dog Addie) showed…
41. β€ͺMario Fraioli : The State of Affairs in Running (and where do we go from here?)
Nov 22, 2019 • 55 min
This week’s podcast is with Mario Fraioli. Mario is a coach and very solid runner himself, living in Northern California. In this episode, we talked about: -the state of affairs in running -how Mario thinks we can all help turn the tide for the better…
40. Kellyn Taylor: Chasing the Olympic Dream
Nov 15, 2019 • 35 min
This week’s episode is with Kellyn Taylor. Kellyn is a mom, wife, and pro runner for Hoka One One Northern Arizona Elite in Flagstaff, Arizona. In this episode we talked about: -being all in on her big goals -taking chances and coming up short sometimes…
39. Sara Hall: Running Fast and Taking Chances
Nov 8, 2019 • 46 min
This week’s episode is with Sara Hall. Sara is a professional runner living in Flagstaff, AZ. In this episode we talked about: -her racing this season -listening to her body -taking calculated risks, and doing things that make her happy and fulfilled -her…
38. A Grand Canyon Wrap-Up with David Roche 🏜
Oct 31, 2019 • 58 min
I sat down with my coach David Roche to discuss the Grand Canyon adventure. In this episode we talked about: -Training and setting big scary goals -Progress over the last year -Fueling a 13 hour adventure -David’s approach to recovery from a big day like…
37. Lindsay Flanagan: from Chicago to Boulder, and beyond!
Oct 18, 2019 • 48 min
This week’s guest is Lindsay Flanagan. Lindsay is a pro runner living and training in Boulder, CO. In this episode, we talked about: -pancakes -the Boulder bubble -2019 Chicago Marathon and her goals for it -social media as a pro -balance -her experience…
36. Amanda Basham: from marathons to mountains
Oct 11, 2019 • 51 min
This week’s guest is Amanda Basham. Amanda is a trail and ultra runner (and coach!), living in Boulder, CO. In this episode, we talked about: -living in Boulder -her love for Western States -how she trains and races 100’s -running in the 2013 Boston…
35. Noah Droddy: A [Really Fast] Blue-Collar Runner πŸ‘”
Oct 4, 2019 • 56 min
Noah is a professional runner living in Boulder, Colorado, currently training for the Chicago Marathon this fall. In this episode we talked about: -Noah’s training over the last few years -why he took the leap -living in Boulder -balance, or lack thereof,…
34. Kara Goucher: An Olympian Tackling New Adventures
Sep 27, 2019 • 65 min
This week’s guest is Kara Goucher. Kara is an Olympian, a mom, wife, and fighter for clean sport. She’s also a new trail runner! In this episode, we talked about: -her adventures in trail running -what it’s like trying something totally new -what it was…
33. Reed Fischer: Tinman Elite and Marvel Comics
Sep 13, 2019 • 47 min
This week’s guest is Reed Fischer. Reed runs for Tinman Elite in Boulder, CO. In this episode, we talked about: -how Tinman got started -how they approach training and connecting with fans -sponsorship -a few lighter/entertaining questions submitted from…
32. Hayden Hawks: Running on Faith
Sep 6, 2019 • 49 min
This week’s episode is with Hayden Hawks. Hayden is a professional trail runner, husband, father, and coach. In this episode, we talked about: -what gets him really excited in life and sport -Western States training camp -UTMB -the strength and power of a…
31. Brad Lindeberg: Running on Dad Jokes
Aug 30, 2019 • 54 min
This week’s guest is Brad Lindeberg, or as I like to call him, Dad Joke Brad. Brad is a hard working amateur runner, and in this episode we talked about: -Dad Jokes -what got Brad into running -what keeps Brad running -balance -some of the challenges he’s…
30. Shalaya Kipp: Running on Science πŸ€“
Aug 23, 2019 • 45 min
This week’s episode is with Shalaya Kipp. Shalaya is a runner, scientist, PhD student, and Olympian. In this week’s episode, we went deep down the running nerd rabbit hole. We talked about: -the Nike 4% project -blood biomarkers and athletic performance…
29. Reid Buchanan: sharing the road towards excellence
Aug 16, 2019 • 46 min
This week’s episode is with pro runner Reid Buchanan. Reid runs for On, and lives in Mammoth Lakes, California. He’s one of my favorite athletes to follow because of his no-BS approach to training, social media, and life. In this episode, we talked about:…
28. Dorothy Beal: Marathons and Mileposts
Aug 9, 2019 • 50 min
This week’s episode is with Dorothy Beal, founder of @mileposts and #irunthisbody. In this episode, we talked about: -listening to your body… and what that really means -why Dorothy loves racing marathons -why Dorothy loves racing MULTIPLE marathons in…
27. Cat Bradley: from DFL to winning Western States
Aug 2, 2019 • 51 min
This week’s guest is Cat Bradley. Cat’s a pro trail runner for Salomon living in Colorado. In this episode, we talked about: -her love for 100 milers -what she’s scared of -how she practices gratitude and appreciation on the run -SWAP Run Coaching -what…
26. Neely Spence Gracey: life on the run in Colorado
Jul 26, 2019 • 53 min
This week’s guest is Neely Spence Gracey. Neely is a professional marathoner for Adidas, and we covered a wide variety of topics in this episode including: -balance -mental training and coming back from a hard race -her entry into the running world -Top…
25. Paddy O’Leary: running meets science meets community
Jul 19, 2019 • 44 min
This week’s episode is with Paddy O’Leary. Paddy is an ultra runner from Ireland, living in San Francisco. In this episode, we talked about: -Getting into running -His experience leading and participating in November Project -Why he loves racing short…
24. Mike Wardian: truly loving the process
Jul 12, 2019 • 54 min
In this week’s episode, Mike Wardian talks all about: -what it’s like to race every weekend -some of the amazing adventures he’s been on -what balance means to him -what scares him -what keeps him motivated -why he pushes his body to such limits You can…
23. Anna Mae Flynn: Making hard decisions and focusing on longevity in sport
Jul 5, 2019 • 48 min
Anna Mae Flynn and I sat down in Tahoe the week of Western States to talk about her DNS and what she and others can and should learn from it. In this episode we covered: -Longevity vs chasing short term goals -Connection and community in the trail world…
22. The Mocko Show X For The Long Run
Jun 27, 2019 • 47 min
This week’s guest is Chris Mocko. Chris is a trail runner, ultra marathoner, and long distance specialist who is currently training for the Western States 100 Miler at the end of June. We talked about what excites him about the hundred mile distance, as…
21. Matt Daniels: From Sub-4 Miler to Western States 100
Jun 21, 2019 • 41 min
This week’s guest is Matt Daniels. Matt is a trail and ultra runner, as well as a coach. Matt has run a sub 4 minute mile, and this summer he’s taking on the hundred mile distance for the first time, after coming from a track and short distance…
20. Corrine Malcolm: Science Meets Ultrarunning
Jun 14, 2019 • 41 min
This week’s guest is Corrine Malcolm. Corrine is an ultra runner, coach, writer and scientist with a degree in Health and Human Performance, living in San Francisco, California. We sat down to chat about all things ultra running and science, and this one…
19. Kyle Robidoux: the first visually impaired runner racing Western States
Jun 7, 2019 • 44 min
This week’s guest is Kyle Robidoux. Kyle is an avid skier, runner, local beer enthusiast, and non-profit manager who has worked tirelessly to ensure that he is not defined by the boundaries that others place on him and his vision. Later this month, Kyle…
18. Sally McRae: Community and Connection
May 31, 2019 • 49 min
This week’s guest is Sally McRae. Sally is a pro trail runner, mother, wife, coach, speaker and world traveler. Sally uses her platform as a pro athlete to connect with people all across the world, often through sport. We sat down in Woodstock Vermont at…
17. Teri of A Foodie Stays Fit
May 24, 2019 • 44 min
This week’s guest is Teri of a Foodie Stays Fit, which is her blog all about food and fitness. Teri was born and raised in Utah and now lives in North Carolina. She’s run a handful of marathons, and we spoke on Wednesday after the Boston Marathon, so…
16. David Roche and I talk training, life, puppies and capturing unicorns
May 18, 2019 • 65 min
I sat down with my coach to talk about our progress over the last year and what led into the Providence Marathon breakthrough, a race that we decided on only about 8 weeks out. We covered the idea that without struggle, successes aren’t as meaningful, and…
15. Tim Ritchie: A Little Real Talk
May 17, 2019 • 38 min
Tim and I spoke before the Boston Marathon, a race that he grew up watching as an athlete and coach at Boston College, which is right after Heartbreak Hill. In the interview which took place on the Friday before the marathon, Tim shared that he hadn’t run…
14. Tyler Andrews: Setting Big, Public Goals
May 10, 2019 • 45 min
Tyler Andrews is a pro ultra runner who just raced in Hoka One One’s Project Carbon X 100k world record attempt. Tyler and I talked about setting challenging and very public goals, and why he loves continuing to do. Tyler and I dug into what it means to…
13. Talking Injury Prevention and Recovery with Stephanie Howe
May 7, 2019 • 28 min
Bonus episode! We’re talking about injury prevention and recovery, when to rest and when to keep training, and how to continue to be your own best advocate when it comes to the medical system! —- Support this podcast:…
12. Stephanie Howe: PhD, coach, ultra champion
May 3, 2019 • 45 min
Stephanie and I sat down while she was in Boston for the marathon, just after we shared a run around the Charles River. Stephanie grew up in Minnesota, and raced Nordic Skiing and Cross Country at Northern Michigan University. She fell in love with…
11. Andie Cozzarelli: Community
Apr 26, 2019 • 44 min
Andie Cozzarelli is a pro runner for Oiselle, Generation UCAN, Jasyoga, Big Spoon Roasters, InsideTracker, and the newly formed Raleigh Distance Project, that she helped to create. In addition to running, Andie is a former engineer turned real estate…
10. Peter Bromka: Keep On Dreaming Even If It Breaks Your ♥️
Apr 19, 2019 • 48 min
Peter Bromka is a marathoner with Bowerman Track Club Elite, a father and husband, as well as a writer and consultant living in Portland, Oregon. Peter has roots in the Boston area, attending Tufts University for undergrad, and is on a passionate journey…
9. Amanda Brooks: Run to the Finish
Apr 12, 2019 • 37 min
Amanda Brooks is a runner, avid traveler, coach, journalist, and much more. Amanda lives in Colorado, and has been blogging about running for nearly a decade. We talked about the progression of social media and what she’s seen change over the years, her…
8. Emily Saul: Community to the Core
Apr 5, 2019 • 41 min
Emily Saul is a mover, shaker, and hugger. As co-leader of November Project Boston and a sport psychology coach, she’s all about the power of community and just showing up, for yourself, and for each other. In the podcast, we talked about sport psychology…
7. Devon Yanko: Health Comes First
Mar 29, 2019 • 59 min
Devon Yanko lives in California where she enjoys both trail and road running. Devon co owns a bakery called MH Bread and Butter. We talked about what keeps Devon excited about the running community, the Donner Party 50k that she helped support,…
6. Seth Waltz: Common Athlete
Mar 22, 2019 • 57 min
Seth Waltz is a runner living in Boston with a running squad about as big as his goals. Seth, or “Common Athlete” not only knows everyone in the Boston running community, but runs with just about all of them on a weekly basis. We talked training,…
5. Adrienne Langelier: the Psychology of Sport
Mar 15, 2019 • 64 min
Adrienne Langelier is a sport psychology consultant and we dove into the mental side of training. We talked about how to crush anything from a 5k to a marathon and beyond, and more about the value of being able to accept that a race is going to (and…
4. Magda Boulet: Running Down a Dream
Mar 8, 2019 • 45 min
Magda Boulet is the VP of Innovation at GU Energy Labs and runs for Hoka. She has many podiums and race wins to her name, including the prestigious Western States 100, and she’s also a US Olympian in the marathon. In today’s episode we talked about how…
3. Sarah Duffy: On Keeping the Fire Lit
Mar 1, 2019 • 33 min
“Sometimes you have to listen that there’s no fire within.” I sat down to chat with Sarah while she was in Boston to get some practice on the course on a mid January weekend. We shared the magic of the Newton Hills, full of runners and volunteers handing…
2. Allie Kieffer: Body Positivity and Staying Authentic
Feb 22, 2019 • 50 min
Allie Kieffer is a professional runner for Oiselle and Asics, We talked about how she got into the sport, how she briefly got out of it and then back in again. Allie shared her passion for body positivity, and we talked about trends in social media and…
1. A chat with HOKA NAZ Elite’s Coach Ben Rosario
Feb 15, 2019 • 45 min
I sat down with Ben Rosario, head coach of the HOKA Northern Arizona Elite team to talk about his background in running, and how he brings out the best in his athletes. We covered the benefit of a process oriented approach versus being goal/time oriented,…